Easter Another Solar Myth

Have you ever thought; Why is Easter celebrated at different dates every year? The answer is so simple. The date is controlled by celestial Events.
The reason for this variation is that Easter always falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the spring equinox. So, in 2020, Easter will be celebrated on April 12, and on April 4 in 2021. This smells like a solar myth which western man cannot decipher.
I learned in the second grade that one day our Solar Sun wills run out of fuel. What happens then? After cooling off it transforms into a planet. Sounds like Jesus died (solar sun) and transforms into a planet. Mary ( primordial waters) then appears and life begins. This is a thumb nail sketch of the most common solar myth known to man located all over the globe. It is regretful that western man has the inability to understand such a common myth.

This ”Christian" holiday is pegged to the ■■■■■■ Passover which occurs on the full moon as it is mentioned above.

The ■■■■■■ calendar is a lunar, Babylonian calendar, and thus changes dates for festivals from year to year.

“Easter” comes from the Babylonian deity Ishtar, the goddess of fertility symbolized by eggs and bunnies (who multiply fast).

Traditions evolve. Celestial events, religious events, etc. For instance: Islam-Judaism
In 2007, Islam and Judaism’s holiest
holidays overlapped for 10 days.
Muslims racked up 397 dead bodies
in 94 terror attacks across 10 countries
during this time… while ■■■■
worked on their 159th Nobel Prize.

I think Easter was also a Roman Holiday. The Rabbit was a common Roman Phallus Symbol.